Maison Foo: A Thing Mislaid
Theatre
Saturday 20 October

Maison Foo: A Thing Mislaid

Luminarium
Special Events
Saturday 20 - Sunday 28 October

Luminarium

Autumn Half Term
Children and Families
Saturday 20 October - Sunday 4 November

Autumn Half Term

Lustre
Special Events
Saturday 3 & Sunday 4 November

Lustre

Red Riding Hood
Christmas
Monday 10 - Sunday 30 December

Red Riding Hood

A Selection of Elections
Exhibitions
Friday 07 September - Sunday 02 December

A Selection of Elections: Votes, Suffrage and Reform

News

A Thing Mislaid Receives Glowing Reviews and Award: See It on 20 October at Lakeside

Maison Foo's A Thing Mislaid, coming to Lakeside on Saturday 20 October received great reviews since opening in September, including four starts from the Stage and the ‘Theatre Company of Sanctuary’ Award on by City of Sanctuary in recognition of the show and the work they have been doing around the work with Refugee Communities. Congratulations to the company and hope to see you all on the show this weekend.

Giles Croft confirmed as Director of DNA by Dennis Kelly, next May

Lakeside is thrilled to announce Giles Croft as Director of our next co-production with The Nottingham New Theatre, DNA by Dennis Kelly. Giles Croft was Artistic Director of Nottingham Playhouse until 2017 and was previously Artistic Director at the Palace Theatre, Watford and Literary Manager at the National Theatre.

Red Riding Hood - Christmas School Offer

Are you a teacher and you have not sorted your Christmas plans yet? Book to bring your students to see a fantastic show this Christmas, Engine House’s adaptation of the much-loved Red Riding Hood. Special school offer is available, find out more here.

A Thing Mislaid

presented by Maison Foo

Saturday 20 October, 7pm

Somewhere, on a nowhere road, just past adrift and before you reach astray, you’ll find two lost souls. Running. Running with a thing. A thing mislaid. A thing without a flock, looking for a place to belong.

Maison Foo blend their trademark style of visual storytelling, clowning and humour, with new experiments in miniature puppetry and live camera. Travelling through cinematic worlds and surreal realities, A Thing Mislaid explores themes of migration, journey and home. A heartfelt tale of footsteps, hope and an unlikely friendship between two lonely travellers and a mysterious bird.